Short set in each stroke today.
Through the history of swimming, there have been individuals who have proven alternative techniques really work. Mel Stewart and Robert Margalis are two great butterfly swimmers who use side breathing in fly, and you should at least try it too.
The greatest swimmers have something very important in common... ankle flexibility. Here are a couple quick exercises you can do to help with your ankles.
A quick picture from morning practice today of an age-group butterflier.
Obviously, this can also be a butterfly drill, but chances are you'll feel the adjustments, or at least the ability to vary your timing more easily in breaststroke than in butterfly.
Ultimately, the sport of competitive swimming is about racing. Finding what skills, or weapons, work best for you in those races is key to winning.
Olympic medalists Kaitlin Sandeno & Erik Vendt demonstrate Fly, Back, Breast, and Free like you've never seen them before. The most complete instructional video available for swimmers and coaches.
Lots of stroke work, which was a nice return to the pool from a weekend on the road.
The ultimate coaches toolbox featuring Robert Margalis, one of the most consistent and best all-around swimmers in history.
This week we're featuring four pictures from our upcoming video featuring US National Champion Robert Margalis.
We all know a good underwater dolphin kick is incredibly important in your butterfly. The question is... when do you start your kick?
Coaches will love this ''silent'' video. With no voiceover, it's pure swimming - perfect for showing to teams because you can supply your own commentary. And, it's now available streaming live to your computer or mobile device so you can access the information when and where you need it most.